Recently settled in New York from the UK, Tomlinson is currently gaining experience in the professional art world with the aim of fine tuning her various creative interests. Exploring socio-political themes through her art making, she was drawn to FSA for its parallel mission highlighting artists often marginalized for their spiritual and religious commitments.
Earning a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins with honors in 2021, she received the CSM Dean’s Award for her performance piece, Catflap Pedicure, while also completing a study abroad program at the Universität der Künste Berlin. During her final year of university, she co-founded the short term gallery A Room With No View as an alternative way of exhibiting work during the pandemic. She has shown in the UK, Berlin, and New York — most notably at The National Gallery in London with her performance piece Speaking in Tongues; Pillow Talk.